|Stan Morgan (#47196510)|
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I retired in 1998 as a CA Parole Unit Supervisor after 36 years in corrections and started a private investigation business. I happened across Findagrave in about 2008 while doing research and I later decided to volunteer. Taking photos and creating memorials has become quite a hobby, - and a hobby I wish I had more time to devote to.|
Any corrections I suggest are based on cemetery records. The various local cemetery managers continue to be very helpful. Any of my photos can be used for personal, non-commercial use without further permission. Please contact me directly with any special requests or concerns. I get assignments done as quickly as weather, cemetery watering schedules and demands of the job allow.
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|Judy Zeller||James Walter Collins|
Find A Grave Memorial# 137878630//I am related distantly to his mother,Mary Kelly Groover Collins (spouse of Horace Jasper Collins SR)and I haven't been able to find any death records for her on ancestry.com. In the obit it states that James was survived by only one sibling, Claudia Collins Atchley, and I have located who she was married to. I also haven't found any records for his brother who according to the census records was Horace Jasper Collins JR bn probabl;y in 1920- since the census rec's say 1921. Here is my connection to his mother:
>>> Mary Kelly Groover (1897 - )
is my 3rd cousin 2x removed
James Walter "J.W." Groover SR (1874 - 1941)
father of Mary Kelly Groover
Juda Kelly (1855 - 1886)
mother of James Walter "J.W." Groover SR
Julia Eloise Holbrook (1833 - 1866)
mother of Juda Kelly
Samuel Holbrook (1787 - 1845)
father of Julia Eloise Holbrook
*Lewis H Holbrook (1814 - 1898)
son of Samuel Holbrook
Frances "Fannie" Holbrook (1839 - 1933)
daughter of *Lewis H Holbrook
Thomas Jefferson "Tack" James (1862 - 1938)
son of Frances "Fannie" Holbrook
John Lewis James SR (1879 - 1959)
son of Thomas Jefferson "Tack" James
Richard Gerald James (1920 - 1985)
son of John Lewis James SR
>> Judy Ceann James Zeller (ME)
the daughter of Richard Gerald James
Could you email at email@example.com if you have this info? I appreciate anything you could offer to shed light on this research.
Blessings, Judy Zeller
Post Falls, Kootenai, ID
Thank you for adding my great-grandmother's headstone! I appreciate your time.
Added by Chell81 on Oct 19, 2016 10:19 AM
|Joe Baker||Thank you!|
I really appreciate you being so prompt in fulfilling my photo request for Easter Hazel Guinn Tarr at Exeter Cemetary. She was my wife's great grandmother. Photo looks great! Thank you so much! -Joe Baker, Portland, OR
|Henry Webber||Jimmie Nunn|
Thanks Stan for letting me know. I have deleted mine. Have good day. Henry
|JackiMex||Marie Steele Awbrey #105370872|
Thank you, Stan, for adding Marie's gravestone photo. You give permission in your bio for noncommercial use of your photos. Does that include uploading them to a family tree on ancestry?
Added by JackiMex on Jul 30, 2016 11:47 AM
|Carolyn Lane Lewis||Young|
It's me thanking you again for photos, this time for Thaddius & Pearl Young. I appreciate all your help very much, and maybe I will soon be through researching my California connections and out of your hair!!
|Carolyn Lane Lewis||Mangels|
Thank you for the pictures of Earl and Thelma Tyree Mangels and their daughter, Doris Mangels Merchant (buried as Mangels). I do appreciate them and your time very much!
Since I now know Thelma and Doris are also buried there, I added memorials for them and ask that you please add the photos to Thelma's memorial #166749263, and the one that includes Doris's headstone to her memorial #166749850.
Again, thank you for all your help!!!
thank you for posting grandma head stone photo
|Carolyn Lane Lewis||Sonny Mangels|
Thank you for the picture of the headstone of Sonny Mangels in the Exeter District Cemetery. The picture and your time are very much appreciated.
Thank you SO much for taking the time out of your day to take this picture. It means a lot.
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